“If you fail to plan, then you plan to fail.”
I started learning the value of planning around junior high, when school and extracurricular activities made it necessary for me to keep a calendar. I can still picture the Precious Moments ring-bound calendar I used to record when I had tests, ballet class, church youth group meetings, and friends’ birthdays. As life has gotten busier every year, the sophistication of my planning methods have changed, but one thing has stayed the same: I always love to plan and make a list. I’ve always believed the quote above. If we don’t plan where we are going, then life is going to pass by quicker than we realize without having accomplished our greatest desires.
Managing my health has become second nature, so I wanted to share with all of you the checklist that I go through to make my week as stress-free as possible and be at my physical, emotional, and mental best. To download your copy, click on the box on the right-side of my website.
Planning is a key tool in my EMPOWER system. In one way or another it is involved in each of the seven steps. If you need help “normalizing” your eating, then please email me and we can set up a time to talk. We can determine which program is right for you.
Until then, please enjoy your complimentary checklist.
Are you a planner? Do you like paper and pen, or electronic lists and calendars?